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This tag is used to avoid redundant forwards. This element allows configuring forwards that are used by multiple actions in a module. This helps to avoid mentioning for all the actions.

The global-forwards elements provide a way to have URIs that are called from many points in the application to be declared without redundancy.

The forward element represents a global-forward. It uses two attributes: name, which identifies this global-forward for access by the action components on the application, and path, which holds the URI to be redirected to when this forward is processed.

A global-forward is retrieved by the ActionMapping findForward method. When the findForward method can't find a locally defined forward with the specified name, it searches the global-forwards available and returns the one it finds.

Example:

<global-forwards>
         <forward name="home" path="/index.jsp" redirect="true"/>
</global-forwards>

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